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Last of four Harborfields escapees now charged as an adult

The last of four teens who escaped juvenile detention last year has been waived up to be tried as an adult. Donovan Nickerson, 17, of Atlantic City, was ordered held pending trial this week. Nickerson’s three co-defendants were previously indicted as adults. But his waiver had not yet happened. After a detention hearing, he will remain in a juvenile facility as his case goes through the court system. Juvenile escape leads to adult indictments for
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Two in Atlantic City Expressway shootout will fight gang charges


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Two defendants in an Atlantic City Expressway shootout are expected to fight charges that they were involved in gang activity. Devan Leggette and Anthony Hicks were in court separately Monday in connection with the case that resulted in the killing of one man and left several others wounded. The deadly shootout was allegedly sparked by an argument Aug. 29, 2016, inside the Atlantic County Criminal Courthouse in Mays Landing. Rosemond Octavius was killed in the

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Route 30 is reopened

A crash and electrical issues caused delays heading east on Route 30 on Thursday morning. The road was reopened by 10:30 a.m. Atlantic City police first reported a problem saying electrical issues with traffic lights could cause sudden stops. They said the drawbridge was open but to use caution for sudden stops of other drivers. Motorists reported delays to BreakingAC. Then, Absecon police reported that the road heading east was closed due to a motor vehicle
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Troubled Atlantic City motel to be demolished with CRDA’s help

An Atlantic City motel that has seen a drug raid, two fires and an alligator in the swimming pool is finally set for demolition thanks to a partnership between the city and the CRDA. The Casino Reinvestment and Development Authority Board of Directors authorized funds for the demolition of the Bayview Inn and Suites at its April meeting. While the motel just off Exit 2 of the Atlantic City Expressway is outside the Tourism District,
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Atlantic City man identified as fatal shooting victim

An Atlantic City man was shot and killed Monday night, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner said. Alexander Campbell, 25, was found shot in the area of 1140 Michigan Ave., just before 6 p.m. He was known to his loved ones as Toot. The Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit is leading the investigation with help from Atlantic City police. Anyone with information about the killing is asked to call Major Crimes at 609-909-7666 or Atlantic City
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EHT man indicted in killing of Atlantic City man

An Egg Harbor Township man who allegedly used a drug sale to lure a man to his death has been indicted for murder. Troy Demby, 36, was indicted last week on charges of murder, felony murder, robbery and weapons offenses, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner said Monday. Raphael Terrigino, 30, of Atlantic City, was found dead Feb. 2, by Pleasantville police responding to a 911 call of a man dead inside a car at 7:45
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Atlantic County men convicted in triple homicide

Two Atlantic County men have been convicted of a triple murder in Essex County. Lavelle Davis, 37, of Galloway Township, and Jimmy Mays, 34, of Egg Harbor Township, were found guilty last week in the Jan. 29, 2017, killing of three people in Maplewood. The two men and an unknown co-conspirator went to the home of Michael Davis, 45, on Van Ness Court in Maplewood looking for drugs and cash, according to Assistant Prosecutor Carlo
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Margate firefighter’s job loss over $7.98 theft was allowed, appellate rules

An appellate panel on Tuesday upheld a Margate firefighter and lifeguard’s loss of employment for stealing less than $8 worth of Wawa items. Ashton Funk appealed both his 2016 shoplifting conviction, and the ruling that he forfeit his public employment. Funk left the Margate Wawa at about 9 a.m. Aug. 17, 2015, with a breakfast sandwich, bottle of Gatorade, a bag of sunflower seeds and a cup of coffee, Longport Police Lt. John Baumgardner testified
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Three suspects tied to second Hamilton robbery using selling app

Three people who allegedly used a cell phone sales app to lure a robbery victim have now been tied to a similar robbery. Falmata Ali, 18, and a 15-year-old, both from Egg Harbor Township, were arrested April 29, by officers responding to a robbery at the Cologne Garden Apartments. Mays Landing man wanted in robbery at Hamilton Twp complex – BreakingAC Mays Landing man wanted in robbery at Hamilton Twp complex – BreakingAC A man
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Man charged with attempted murder in police-involved shooting in Buena

The Attorney General’s Shooting Response Team is investigating after a state trooper’s gun was discharged during the pursuit of a suspect in Buena on Wednesday afternoon. No one was injured in the shooting. The suspect is in custody. Police received a report of gunshots fired shortly after 1 p.m. near the intersection of Routes 40 and 54 in Buena, where there are nearby businesses, according to the Attorney General’s Office. State Police from Buena Station
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